A pro-housing group advocating for 58,000 more homes in Sonoma County by the next decade has launched a new annual report that aims to give local policy makers, developers and others a data-driven overview of housing in the region.
Generation Housing, which launched in early 2020, released its “State of Housing in Sonoma County” report this week.
Jen Klose, the group’s executive director, said the report is in part a response to local elected officials who’ve said they feel frustrated by the lack of easily accessible data about housing needs in the county.
“It can be a little bible they can have with them all the time when looking at housing and housing-related policy decisions,” Klose said.
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